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    Do you wear your watch at home?

    Like the title asks, I'm just curious as to whether most people wear a watch while at home. As soon as I get home from work each day, I take off my watch. I just don't see a reason to wear one at home because there are clocks in every room, and wearing one would just put additional wear and tear on the watch(es).

    So what do you guys do?

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    Re: Do you wear your watch at home?

    I would say the majority yes, but some watches are far more comfortable then others. After wearing a heavier watch all day I feel the need to take it off at the end of the day. If I don't really notice the weight, I'll just leave it on. I've never worn a watch to sleep though, I know some people that do.

    Edit: On a weekend, I usually don't put the watch on until I'm ready to go out somewhere.

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    27/7/365. The only time I don't have a watch on is when I'm switching to another watch.


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    Re: Do you wear your watch at home?

    I match my watch with whatever I change into when I get home. I already have a few watches that I tend to wear in the house...normally lighter watches with a more comfortable strap.

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    Re: Do you wear your watch at home?

    Yes, of course but not gardening or in the pool!

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    Re: Do you wear your watch at home?

    I never go without a watch. I am one of those guys that sleep with one. In fact I have a small LED flashlight on my nightstand to charge it before I go to sleep. That's if I am not wearing one with tritium tubes. I feel vaguely uncomfortable not having one on. My wife has long since given up arguing about it.
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    I usually take off my watch when I get home from work and put on another. I may even change watches a third time before going to bed.
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    Re: Do you wear your watch at home?

    Yes and No.

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    Re: Do you wear your watch at home?

    On most days, I take it off once I get back home.
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    I take it off when I get home from work and change clothes. That signals my brain that it's now relaxing-time.

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